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free internet for linux??

Discussion in 'Linux and Unix' started by kraddler2003, Sep 9, 2003.

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  1. kraddler2003

    kraddler2003 Thread Starter

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    is there a free internet,like juno,for a linux os??i have mandrake 9.1 and dont want to have to pay for 2 internet providers just to get online with mandrake...
     
  2. lynch

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    You dont need a seperate ISP for Linux(usually).What ISP do you have now?We may be able to help you set it up.
    lynch
     
  3. McGowan

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    ahh the downfall of linux! no telephone tech support!
     
  4. soup4you2

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    Cant think of any.. the only thought that comes to mind is

    ssh somehost.com

    and use their internet :) it's free....lol
     
  5. kraddler2003

    kraddler2003 Thread Starter

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    can i use juno dial up as mi isp for mandrake 9.1??i have aol dial up and i understand it cant be set up to work with mandrake.....if i can use juno?is there a site to help me understand how to set it up?
     
  6. shane25

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    I'd recomend getting high speed internet (its really not that much more than dial up and way better than AOL) and networking the 2 computers 2gether
     
  7. keebs

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    well you can also get metconnect which oviously the website is www.metconnect.com <~~ free internet and fast but sometimes busy
     
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